|Time:||July 30, 2021, 3:00 p.m. (CEST)|
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At the event students will learn about our overall research goals and areas, the individual ongoing PhD research projects, as well as - most importantly - about open thesis topics currently available in our group.
Our group works at the intersection of computer vision, applied machine learning and human-computer interaction. The group develops computational methods as well as ubiquitous and wearable systems to address fundamental challenges in sensing, modelling, and analysing/synthesising everyday non-verbal human behaviour. The group is well-known for this line of work, has a strong presence in leading conferences in the above fields, and publications from the group are frequently distinguished with best paper awards (16 in the last four years).
You will be comprehensively supervised, fully embedded into the group and have your own workplace at our chair, invited to our research seminars and talks by external speakers, and you will have access to excellent infrastructure such as a variety of hardware (mobile devices, VR/AR gear, full body motion tracking system, mobile and stationary eye trackers, mobile EEG, a wide range of embedded sensors etc) as well as a high-performance GPU cluster.
If you are interested and feel you are a good fit, join our talks and QA session.
All the best,
Faculty at the HCI-CS department